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Cincinnati got creative to celebrate a socially distanced Halloween – WCPO

Saturday night was a different kind of Halloween, but families across Cincinnati found ways to make it work.

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CINCINNATI Northsiders built six-foot-long, tube-shaped candy chutes and slid candy through them to avoid face-to-face contact with trick-or-treaters.
A child dressed as Baby Yoda wore a green face mask to complete the look.
Saturday night was a different kind of Halloween, but families across Cincinnati found ways to make it work.
It is different times, said Northside resident Noelle Wedig-Johnston, who decorated her colorful candy chutes with patterns and googly eyes. And the only way to make…

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